A fundraiser for a family who lost their home in a fire has raised nearly $3000.
Any help towards this beautiful family will be appreciatedElyse Burlak
Firefighters believe an electrical fault caused the blaze, which tore through the home and left it uninhabitable.
Elyse Burlak has organised a fundraiser which had generated $2970 by yesterday afternoon.
"They were fortunate enough they are all safe and well," Ms Burlak said.
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"(They are) currently staying with family, but they have lost absolutely everything, precious items that will never be replaced.
"Any help towards this beautiful family will be appreciated."
There have been 30 donations made through the GoFundMe site, ranging from $10 up to $500.
Ms Burlak aimed to raise $5000, which she said would support the family in coming months.
Superintendent Pat Westwood said the residents had been able to quickly flee the property after flames were spotted about 7.35pm on Tuesday.
"Had that happened in the middle of the night, we may have seen a completely different outcome," he said after the blaze.